A sound investment plan begins with a basic foundation. Not
just a foundation of investments, but also a basic knowledge
of asset classes, their characteristics, and how they work
You can't bake a cake if you don't have the ingredients. Click
here to learn the basic ingredients for a sound investment
Don't put all of your eggs in one basket. If you do, you won't
have much of a nest egg when you retire.
Just a fancy way of distributing your money-- the same way
you delegate responsibility at work and in your household.
Investing is dynamic--like maintaining a car. Every so often
you need to change the oil changed or get a tune-up, in order
to ensure that everything's in working order and won't fail
you somewhere down the road.